This has been up before, any notes?
I may be in the market for more Pinot Grigio soon.
Pier 8 is a winery that does not take itself too seriously and brings a little fun in your life. The grapes come from vineyards that benefit from the deep and rich soils.
The fruit thrives in the warm sunny days and cool nights as a result of gentle breezes coming from the San Francisco Bay and the Delta waterways. This allows it to mature and have a proper balance between fruit character and structure.
The Pinot Grigio was harvested at optimal ripeness, was pressed, and fermented in stainless steel vessels. The wine is 100% stainless steel fermented giving it the crisp and refreshing texture. Temperatures are monitored, not to exceed 56°F to produce a slower, cooler fermentation that traps ﬂavors and aromas. The wine has produced a crisp fruity style wine that is sure to please your palette.
Harvest Dates: Aug. 30th to Sept. 3rd
Total Acidity: 5.5 g/L
Residual Sugar: 1.1 g/L
100% Pinot Grigio
Thanks for the info. I’m happy to see its dry.
Where’s the winery name come from and what’s the connection to H-G?
The name came from a boating/water memory -but not sure if it was Pier 8 in New York, where our partner grew up, or somewhere in another land…
H-G Vineyards is the retail side of the winery, so we get to sell some of the brands we produce with partners-this being one of them.